Business Continuity vs Disaster RecoveryBusiness continuity involves restoring critical business processes and capabilities after a major disruption such as a disaster. This typically includes getting employees connected, organized and restoring the tools they need to do their jobs. Disaster recovery is a subset of business continuity that is specific to infrastructure and information systems. In many cases, most of the planning and expense of business continuity is systems related as organizations may have hundreds of interdependent systems that are required to restore business operations. As such, disaster recovery is not a minor subset of business continuity and tends to dominate.
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Restoring business operations in the event of a serious incident or disaster.
Restoring IT infrastructure and systems in the event of a serious incident or disaster.